Pluteus insidiosus Complex, Four New Species Described and Pluteus reisneri Resurrected
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We studied the taxonomy of Pluteus insidiosus and similar species using morphological and molecular (nrITS, TEF1-alpha) data, including a detailed study of the type collection of P. insidiosus. Based on our results, we recognize five species in this group: P. insidiosus sensu stricto and four other taxa: P. assimilatus; P. farensis; P. flavostipitatus; and P. pseudoinsidiosus; described here as new. All these taxa are distinct from each other based on molecular data, but some of them are semi-cryptic based on morphology and co-occur in the Palaearctic region. An additional molecular lineage, phylogenetically separates from the P. insidiosus complex, but with many morphological similarities, was recognized in the molecular phylogenies. Based on the revision of available type collections, the name Pluteus reisneri Velen., was adopted for this Clade. Pluteus reisneri was validly published in 1921, but it has barely been used since its original description. A modern epitype, with molecular data, was selected for P. reisneri.
|Journal||Journal of Fungi|
|Number of pages||26|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
- Agaricales, new species, Palaearctic, Pluteaceae, type study, AGARICALES, PLUTEACEAE, PHYLOGENY, BASIDIOMYCOTA, CELLULODERMA, TAXONOMY, NUCLEAR